Could Whoopi Goldberg be making her debut on ABC’s “Shark Tank” as an investor?
Oct 18, 2023
Whoopi Goldberg has made it very clear that she doesn’t want artificial intelligence (AI) continuing her legacy when she’s no longer here.
Jul 17, 2023
A shoutout on national television forever changed Aurora James’ life as an entrepreneur.
May 12, 2023
Whoopi Goldberg is shutting down the sentiment that a college education is required to be successful. During the Hot Topics segment on “The View,” the actress and her co-host Sunny Hostin had a brief exchange surrounding the topic. The discussion was sparked from a Reddit post, where a mother refused to give her daughter the college fund she saved for her because she wanted to instead use it on a home or wedding as she prepares to welcome her third child.
Oct 7, 2022
Today, Whoopi Goldberg may be known for being a firebrand on “The View” to some, but that barely scratches the surface. Before she became a daytime talk show host, Whoopi Goldberg was one of the few actresses to become a coveted EGOT winner. Goldberg has taken home all of the industry’s coveted awards — and was, in fact, the first Black woman to do so, according to Vulture. In addition, Goldberg was the first Black actress to receive Oscar nominations for both Best Actress (which she did for “The Color Purple,” though she didn’t win) and Best Supporting Actress (which she did for “Ghost,” and ultimately took home the trophy). She’s also one of only three women performers to take home the Grammy for Best Comedy Record and was the first Black woman to take home the Mark Twain prize for humor (which she did in 2001, per Vulture). In short, Whoopi Goldberg has had a career filled with “firsts,” and it’s no wonder, then, that she’s earned a $60 million net worth (per Celebrity Net Worth)...
Jul 27, 2022
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences’ recent election may yield impactful change . For the first time, its Board of Governors now has 26 women and 11 people of color on its 54-person board, including Ava DuVernay. According to The Hollywood Reporter , DuVernay, who defeated incumbent Kimberly Peirce, will serve a three-year term to represent the directors’ branch. She is one of six who will take new seats on the board, including Debra Zane, Stephen Rivkin, Linda Flowers, Lynette Howell Taylor, and Rob Bredow. Also, Whoopi Goldberg was among the ten members re-elected to their seats. “ Thank you to the members of the Directors Branch of @TheAcademy,” the “Selma” director tweeted . “ Life is a funny, fascinating thing. You never know what’s around the corner.” Thank you to the members of the Directors Branch of @TheAcademy . Life is a funny, fascinating thing. You never know what’s around the corner. pic.twitter.com/y1CWtguSO2 — Ava DuVernay (@ava) June 10, 2020 The...
Jun 11, 2020